Dining Establishments

CHD expert study: 37 percent of dining establishments have separate rooms for smoking guests are smoking still an important target group for restaurateurs. 37 per cent of holders of food-oriented businesses provide a separate smoking room. Almost all (99%) innkeepers have reserved also density outside area for smokers, 50 percent of them with weather protection and heating facilities. This emerges, Scheessel near Hamburg from a survey of the international market research company CHD expert, of 5.567 dining-oriented guest farms in Germany. \”\” Even in restaurants is the possibility of smoking still demand 41 percent of chefs serve in separate smoking rooms \”, explains Thilo Lambracht, CEO of CHD expert / market square Hotel GmbH. in restaurants is the topic of smoking is still separate smoking rooms offer more importantly almost half of the establishments may and so the regulars keep.\” In addition, a separate outdoor area for smokers is the be-all and end-all in the hospitality industry. Almost all (99.4%) also outside place ashtrays, 44 percent of them also marquees or pavilions with radiators or mushrooms. Almost 100 percent of enterprises have even a cigarette vending machines in operation.

\”Outdoor seating for smokers even in autumn is a must have 90 percent of the guest houses with smoking outdoors regularly maintain the outdoor furniture\”, so Labib. The structural analysis of food gastronomy shows that many guests want to continue to smoke at their Lieblingskoch\”, analyzes Labib. Is a separate smoking room available, the decline in sales as a result of the smoking ban not quite so strongly fails. There is, however, no smoking rooms, substantial and existential part declines in the number of guests and the consumer are in this Gastrounternehmen.\” In a poll of catering businesses in Lower Saxony and Baden-Wuerttemberg in the spring of this year by CHD expert came out that 58 percent of the companies recorded sales and approximately 42 Percent even by over ten percent.

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